Former Cloudera Exec Tim Solms Joins Dun & Bradstreet as GM for Gov’t Business

Tim Solms

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 25, 2019 — Dun & Bradstreet hired Tim Solms, formerly vice president and general manager of Cloudera‘s (NYSE: CLDR) U.S. public sector business, to take the role of GM for the commercial data and analytics firm’s government segment, GovCon Wire reported April 16.

Solms, a U.S. Army veteran who has also worked at technology companies like Forcepoint, Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) and Dell, will be based in Reston, Va., and help lead Dun & Bradstreet’s efforts to expand its services for government customers, the latter said April 15.

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